Fight Human Trafficking
The human sex trafficking industry is growing at exponential rates both worldwide and in North America. Of the estimated 27 million slaves in the world today, roughly 200,000 of them are in the U.S. Are you afraid the problem is so large and vast that there is nothing you can do? Not true! Help for those who are being victimized daily comes in many forms and vast resources are available for anyone who wants to help push back the darkness of sex trafficking. Books, movies, organizations, church-sponsored programs, conferences, safe-houses, counselors, speakers—learn how you can get involved. The time to act is now!
HUMAN TRAFFICKING PREVENTION RESOURCES
Find ways to get involved, be educated, and help transform lives.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline (1-888-373-7888)
Abolition International - Founder, Natalie Grant-bringing an end to sex trafficking & exploitation through education, empowerment, and comprehensive restorative care.
Hand of Hope (Joyce Meyer Ministries) - Exists to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.
The A21 Campaign - Christine & Nick Caine - an anti-human trafficking organization dedicated to abolishing slavery in the 21st century.
Exploit No More – Creating a residential aftercare safe-house for children freed from sexual slavery in Milwaukee, WI.
Not for Sale - Exists to bring long-term freedom to modern day slaves.
Shared Hope International - Multi-faceted site covering many aspects of this issue, very information rich.
Jewels in a Crown - A non-profit jewelry making workshop/ministry in Kolkata, India offering trafficked women safe alternative employment and a new life.
A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to Face with Modern-Day Slavery by E. Benjamin Skinner
Slave Across the Street by Theresa Flores
Justin Dillon-Founder, CEO, Slavery Footprint
Nathan George-Founder, Trade as One
Sean Litton-Sr. Vice President of Field Operations, International Justice Mission
Bradley Myles-Executive Director and CEO, Polaris Project
Betty Ann Boeving, Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Founder, Executive Director
Sue Hanna, Hagar Cambodia’s Client Care Operations Manager
Linda Dixon, Manager, Department of Defense, Trafficking in Persons Program
Trade of Innocents-Justice Needs a Hero (Released 2012)